Don't forget that this Sunday is our 3rd not-so-annual Halloween Spooktacular. At 7:30 EST we'll be sitting down to watch Eric England’s "Contracted" and more importantly get pretty blitzed. It's sure to be a good time and an awful following Monday. Don't miss it.
Hey remember the Spooktacular ? For those of you who have been listening to the podcast for a few years you might remember them as those fun live video feeds where we all get drunk and watch a movie at the same time. For those of you who have been listening to the podcast for less than two years you might remember that Spooktacular as that thing we talk about doing a lot but never actually do.
A couple days ago Mark IMed me and said, "Do you still want to write for the site?". I'm honestly not sure if he was saying it in a "Hey do you want to write for the site? You're pretty good and you should get back into it" or a "What exactly do you think you provide for this world? Deadbeat..." sort of way. Either way, I felt guilty so I've decided to start writing the news again... once a week... for at least the next 3 weeks. Enjoy.
Tommy Wirkola ‘s 2009 Nazi zombie romp “Dead Snow” was a full on magical experience. And that means a lot coming from me because it had subtitles and I get confused easily. Now we have the trailer for the follow up, "Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead", and it looks balls out awsome.
Halloween time is rapidly approaching my friends and you know what that means. That's right... Art school drop outs working at your local haunted house attraction. I used to go to a real gem in Upstate NY that would actually give you a golf cart to ride around on the side of a mountain while people ran out of the woods screaming at you. No joke, the guy who put us in the cart actually said, "Don't turn left because you'll fall off the side".
It's a well known fact that 97% of Amish people are either selling or sniffing cocaine right this very second. Look it up online, I don't make this kind of thing thing up. But it looks like toot isn't the only thing these buttonless beard boys have to fear. According to the trailer for the upcoming flick "The Devil's Hand," they also have to fear the devil himself.
The first clip from Kevin Smith's upcoming movie "TUSK" has hit the tubes and it's a lot of fun if you remember those old Apple commercials with the guy who was or is dating Drew Barrymore. The flick is about a podcaster who travels to Canada and finds himself held captive by a man who intends to turn him into a walrus... I think. Any time the Apple guy is on the phone, I like to think he's talking to Drew Barrymore, sobbing his little heart out because he's going to die or something. Check out the clip below and look for "TUSK" to hit theaters on September 19th.
It’s been anywhere from 3 months to 4 years since I actually read any news (I’m awful with math) and during that time I apparently missed a little ditty called "Septic Man" being announced and filmed. It’s Directed by Jesse Thomas Cook, the guy that spawned “Monster Brawl” and written by Tony Burgess who also wrote “PontyPool” and follows a septic worker who is trying to fix a small towns water contamination issue and ends up being trapped underground and undergoing some nasty transformation. Think “The Toxic Avenger” without all the nudity. At least I think.
If there's one thing I love in this world, other than the whole family thing and stuff, it's Disney. It makes me happy and when I'm at the parks I smile like a mental patient and if you don't enjoy that sort of thing I assume you're dead inside and listen to a lot of Radiohead.
And if there's one thing I love in the parks more than anything, it's the Haunted Mansion ride. Now, the good people at Disney have announced they're working with illustrator Gris Grimly and "Phineas and Ferb" co-creator Dan Povenmireon on a animated special for their Disney Channel.
You probably know Rose Leslie as the scary ass woman who killed a bunch of people on "Game of Thrones". I mean she killed them in the actual show, not like people on the set. I'm 99% sure she'd be in jail or on the run if she was an actual murderer.